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Sedalia. Weekly Conservator
W. H. HUSTON, EDITOR & PUBLISHER.
G. TOM IRELAND Advertising Department.
FRED A. HUGHES, Local News and Circulating Department.
RUTH 13UCKNKR & GERTRUDE WILLIAMS, Compositors
One Year One Dollar.
Six Months Sixty-Five Cents.
Advertising Rates Quoted on Demand. Write Today.
Correspondents and Agents wanted in every town and village
in Central Missouri.
Entered at the Sedalia Post Office as Second class matter,
Lei Us Make Sedalia Better.
Tbe ballot has been cast. By a decisive vole, the people have
declared for the regulated soloon. Above their names, Messrs
Pehl and Riley have pledged their co-operation in law enforcement
Our schemeof municipal finance is eccure. The universal desire
of all is to makeol Sedalia a better and a happier abiding place.
Beyond the ballot, there is no appe.il. Therefore lot us all lay a
side oar p-rsonal feeling and direct our energies toward progress
and high ideals.
On June the 11th ihc Netfro as a whole, deported himself com
mendably. He felt that the eye of Seda'ia and the entire Com
monwealth of Missouri was upon him. Hence the better elements
of hi. character asserted themselves-. Down in the history mak
ing First ward the Flower of SaJ.'-lia's womanhood assembled to
advocate their side of the question. No one instance has come to
light where men of color slurred cr insulted hem by word, look or
indication. Black men, -.V.th m :i!v dignity listened 10 to their ar
guments, but voted, as ah men should vote as they thought best for
bedalia first and themsi Ives a an .-.iter consideration.
Good will follow as' a result ol ih election. All say let the
majesty of the law prevail. That means that the dives must close
It means the elimination of tbr wine-room and the discontinuance of
women enterini' bar-rooms. Further more it means that the
whole sale liquor dealer will not stand by the low and unprincipled
dramshop keeper. Finally it mnt mean that there shll be les
loafing 2nd more work. Since it lias been predicted that Sedalia
is destined to be the dumping gtound of Central Missouri, let us go
jihem one better by putting all to work who are dumped here. The
professional loafer mu:-t be "cut out."
To our fellow race contemporaries we make this appeal that
you, hereafter, exercise the same caution in your deportment that
you have used during the final days of the late campaign. , For
several days, the women refrained from entering the bar-raom. If
they could stop a few days, is it not possible for them to continue to
remain away, with out lejal restrictions? We urge our young
men to seek some manner of employment and stop loafing Work
is always honorable, loafing is never tolerable. Our women ate
asked to exercise moderation and self control in their conduct upon
Main street. Let there be less "can rushing." If we will but
trv to improve we will be delighted with our etlorts. in asking
the thoughtful consideration of the suggestions enumciatcd abov
we are moved by a love for humanity and our race.
There Is No House Without Its
There is no house without Ite "Hiuta !'
The mother keeps
Sweet vlelU o'er the snowy sheet,
That wraps the restless form to s'r.cet.
The mother keeps
Delightful watch. With rosy blush
And lifted linger whispers, "Hushl"
The baby sk-cpa.
There is no home without its "Hush!"
Tbe mother Keeps
Such anxiou wutcb, and kneeling praye
An, Oiod, to few hnvo been his days!
So sweet and gentle ate his ways I
The mether keeps
A lifted prayer, till she can say,
Husht Hush) tread uoisclessly today:
He sleeps! He sleeps."
There Is no house without its "Hush !"
Joy holds its lease
And up and down each silent ball,
Love hears Death's solemn footsteps
And answers mutely to hia coll.
Joy holds no lease,
We have no words Death's will to stay
We only hush our moans, and say
"Depart in peace."
There is no soul without its "Hush!"
Life lias surcease
Some wondrous voice, low, sweet and
Life has furcease
I 'aim, holy hours, when wo aie "still,"
And liut-li our souls In alt God's will,
In perfect peace.
OLD BIRCH, who taught the tillage
Wedded a maid ot homespun habit;
Ho was aa stubborn aa a mule,
And ahe oa playful as a rabbit.
Poor Kate had scarce become a wife
Dcforo her husband sought to make
The pink ot country polished life
And prim and formal as a Quaker,
One day the tutor went abroad.
SJEAnd simple Katy aadly missed him.
When he returned, behind herilord
She ahyly stole and fondly kissed
The husband'a anger rose, and red
And white hia face alternate grew.
"Leas Freedom, ma'am I" Kateaighed
"Ob, dear! I didn't know 'twas youl'
Qtorge Pops. Morris
A Protest Finds Favor.
SENATOR MARTIN DECLINES-
To Contest for the Nomination
-BE PRESENT EVERYBODY AT THE-
Robert ML Austin,
Kansas City, Missouri, at
TAYLORS CHAPEL, Friday, June 26.
ADMISSION, 25 CENTS.
A I" to 815 WALNUT ST., KANSAS CITY, MO.
.lea Y The Old RellBblo Doctor Oldest la age ami longest located. A
MIMMMl rnulr Graduate In Medicine, Over 33 Years' bpsclitl practice
EHMRaU OveraO years in Kansas City. ESTABLISHED 1607.
Witt5$3 Chronic, Nervous and Special Diseases.
Cures guaranteed or none? refunded. All medicines furaithed redjr (or use no
mercury or injurious modlrlnes r.ri. Mo detention from business. Patlentsutadlsiance
treated by mull and express. Uedlclni'SHentevcrjwbare, reo (ram ase or breaks;
Charges low. Over ftO.ooo eases cured. Age and experience are important. Stat your
ease and send (or terms. Consultation free aad ooandential, personally or by letter.
G. J Groeelian '
The Old Reliable
Retail dealer in Groceries, Provision
and Feed all kind at bottom ptloas
109 Bast Main fit
9to 11 a. m., 8 to ft ft 7 to 9 p. ra
J. D, BALL. M. D.
PHYSICIAN AKD STJRCKOH
LEXINGTON, : MO.
Baths in Connection;
AL G WHEELE, PropV.
103 NORTH LAMINE ST......
Marshal!, Mo.. June 5. 190S.
To the Democrats of the loth.
When I permitted rav nunc to
be used in connection with a pos
sililc candidacv for State Senator
on the Democratic ticket, I had
liven led to bc'.ieveatid mv friends
proceeded under the impression
there would be no other candi
date in this distr::t.
Owiug to the very tncagiv sala
ry of this off.Ci of only S5 p.v day
for 70 days every twu years, and
the cost and expense necessarial
lv to be incurred in a campaign of
four co.inti? in a contest lor
nomination which would consume
all the salary nnd perhaps much
more, together with about five
months of time in the contest (in
cluding time spent proceeding the
general election), as well as tha
p.trt' strife that might be engen
dered thercbv, 1 only canvrnted
to the u-:e of my name in such con
nection in the event there should
be no opposing candidate for the
Since allowing my name to be
thus used. Mr. Uarnett, of Pettis
County, becam-' a candidate, and
while a g reat muny have petition
ed for me bath before and since
he declared his. intention, (the
papers showing more than twice
the number petitioning for me
than for him), yet since knowing
he has filed, and in view of the
conditions upon which I allowed
the use of my name, the loss of
time, the great expense connected
with a canvass at this time, and al
so n behalf of party harmony, I
must respectfully decline to make
Thankinc each and all who have
so kindly endorsed my record of
which I am justly proud, by ask
ing me to rim again, and hoping
the Democratic ticket will succeed
in State and nation, 1 remain,
Yours very truly,
EARNEST D. MARTAIN
Representative Quin, of CriS'
field, Md., introduced in the Mary
land Legislature a bill.to put all
tht Negroes in Crisfield on one
street, and to create a law prohi
biting real estate owners and
dealer from selling to people of
African descent any property in
the said town, under a penalty of
85OO. The bill also provided that
no stores, halls, nor dwellings
could be leased or rented to Ne
groes. Crisfiield is a town with
a population of 7,000, 1,500 of
whom are Negroes. The colored
people there are said to be some of
the most thriving and industrious
on the peninsula. The passage of
this bi:l by the Legislature arous
ed the people to action. A mass
meeting was held in the Shiloh
Methodist Episcopil Church,
Two delegates were elected to
put the grievances of the people
before the Governor of the State
Thd Rev. R. G. Waters and Dr.
S. 15. Maloney were the represent
atives. The address of the Rev.
Mr. Waters made a profound im
pression on the Governor. He
said in part: "Your Excellency,
we have come as humble repre
ser.tatives of an outraged and hu
miliated people. This iniquitous
bill strikes at the very vitals of
thi right of our people. We
have suffered long when disfran-
hising provisions have b.'cn pas
sed to rob us of our citizenship.
but this measure is a travesty and
an imposition upon the property
rights of our people. Wc hold
that property is more sacred than
ife itself. Tha Negroes in Cris
field are law abiding citizens.
This measure is the result of a
campaign promise producing re
ults that will paralyze the indus
tries of our town. We ask you in
the name of fair play to veto this
measure. If you do this you will
establish a precedent that will e-
vokc inexpressible gratitude from
all the colored people in Mary
land." The Governor, although
an organization democrat, vetoed
the bill. This manly protest won
We endure many things that we
would not have to endure i; wc
would only in a calm and com
mon sense way state our protest
Western Christian Recorder.
Utopia Court No. 19,
Order of Calanthe,
Meets on the first and third
Thursdays in each month at 3 p.
m., aUD. O. H. hall,
Mrs. Amite, L. Stemmons
Miss Agnes Miller,
Register of Deeds
and Boys can make Big Money
by Helling our Toilet Articles.
Write quick for our terms andL.
full particulars. Address,
TAYLOR REMEDY Co.,
Dept. 11, Louisville, Ky-w
Holds its tegular meetings on
the first and third Thursdays of
each month, at the Conservator
Annex, 121 East Main Street, at
Eiht O'clock sharp.
Prof. C. C. Hubbard, Box -2.
S. li. Moore, Hoffman lildg., j
keeper of records and seal.
Seminal Weakness .d
Sexual Debility, KKft
foUles and escess causlni night losses
and loss of sesuel power, pimples aad
blstehts en the laoe, eonfussd Idets and
forcetielnes. besnfulness and aversion to
society, at, eared for life. I stop nlht
losses, rtstor sexual power, astro and
kcmla ae, alarge and stress then weak
nana eaaieakeyoa at lor marriage, 8eod
tor Ova book aad list of assaitoos.
Mj Alsaaat Vrmtasras. Me la
fia VHtJajl nraaiats. ao psta, no
luaatroB dmibsss. uuraguarsDicea,
astd Nat of Qtastioas rise ssat seeled.
Hydrocele and fSSTSl
Vstflnnntklst Enlarged Tains In the
one debility, weakness of the seisafsjs
tem, eto., psrmtnonUy eared without pun.
SwBhlllta That terrible dtsease. In
eursd for ills. Blood poisoning- eadaU
private dtseaaea peraa&eaUy cured.
BOOK for to tessa-M paget, it
. VVI totarse,wtUtuUttse7lptlon
of above dlasaase. tbe ettaeu adcare.seat
IBBSMlMtM MMUHSI It
rati MuasuM e Aatohv mm ssta.
Harris aud Harris, physicians
and surgeons performed a very
neat piece of surgery upoj a Mr.
Ollis Herbart, who severe an art.
ery in the right arm near the
wrist while aboard a passenger
train enroute to St. Lonis, .'ast
Friday. The injured man had
his arm treated by these able
physicians in their offices at ll'i
We. t Main street.
Gricatrr Skdalia No. 42
Polar StAr Lodck No.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th Tues
days in each month, at 8 O'clock,
in its Castle Hall on Fisher St.
Clay Thruston, chancellor com
E. W. Fowler, keeper of rec
ords and seal.
Do you vant to get rid
of it? If so, take Dr. Miles
Nervine modified as di
rected in pamphlet around
bottle. In addition to the
direct curative properties
it has a soothing effect up
on the nervous system by
which the rheumatic
pains are controlled, and
rest and sleep assured.
It has made many cures,
of this painful disease,
some of them after years
of suffering. If it will
cure others why not you.
If your case is compli
cated, write us for advice,
it costs you nothing and
may save you prolonged
"I waH no crlrplud Hint I could
pcaroely wall:. Atccr lwvlnB my iimeo
on for an hour or two I could mnrmijo
to wnlk by minVrlaK tliu :iln. Tlien
I InRan to Itnvi- ivilrm nil through
my wyHtom. My doctor told me I had
1111 ncuto attuck of Inflammatory
rlicumatlnm. I lend alxmt Dr. Miles'
Nervine, bought a bottlo nnd I com
menced to get better from the start
and for tho nnt six months liuvo
scarcely any rain, and am nolo to
walk us won an over," .
JA8. UI. BANDERS,
P. O. box D, Ilockuwuy, N. J.
Your druggist eells Dr. Miles' Nerv
ine, and we authorize him to return
price of first bottle (only) If it falls
to benefit you.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
Louis Lodgi; No.
St. Louis, Mo.
Holds its regular meetings or.
the first and third Tuesdays of
each month at the Pytnian Hall,
3137 Pine street, at 8 p. m.
William Carson, 1114 Morgan
street, chancellor commander.
Charles S. White, 1239 Mor
gan street, keeper of records and
Wakrensburg Lodge No. 46
Executive Committee Meris.
The Escutive Committe, of the
Constitution League held aa one
day session at Quinn Chapel A.
M. B. Church, Sedalia Mo . Tuts-
day to formulate plans for th an
nual session to be held in 11 mts
City Mo., July 9th. and 10th. The
following distinguished gentlemen
Bishop Abram Grant, president,
of Kansas City Kans.,
Rev. Dr. George R. ' Stevens,
sect'y o' St. Louis Mo
Rev. L- H. Harris of War-
Oliver Etllis. St. Charles Mo.,
C. W. Holiday, of Sedalia, and
Hon. H. G. Phillips of Sedalia,
Holds its reglar meetings on
the first and third Fridays, each
month, in their castle hall, at
Eight O'clock oromptly.
E. W. Hendricks, chancellor
Will C toper, keeper of records
and seal, Lamontc. Mo.
Anchor Lodgr No. 31
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
A great time is in store for you
if you will attend tbe U. It. F.
and S. M. T. instillation at the
For headache Dr. Miles' AnU-Paln Tilte Armor? Hall IB the 18 th
Holds its regular meetings on
the lirst and third Thursdays of
each month in their castle hall at
Eight O'clock sharp.
George Walls, chaucellor com
Albert M. Oliver, Box 86. ke:p
cr of records and seat.
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